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Permissions and Challenges

Something that’s been rumbling around in my brain the last couple of days after attending a training  and a recent update in privacy policy from Code.org – what responsibility do software and “web 2.0” companies have to schools and students in regard to student information and privacy? 191 more words

Digital Design for Local Government

Digital by Design 

Many government bodies both local and central advocate and proclaim a policy or strategy to be either Digital by Default or Digital by Design, but what does this all really mean. 575 more words

Evaluating using the WWWDOT Framework

Yesterday I came across this Edutopia article on the WWWDOT framework. I find that teaching students to be critical consumers of the information they read on the internet is a large task in Grade 6 so I am always looking for different strategies to help them with this process. 89 more words


I shared this on the students’ Information Commons & Technology Google Classroom site. The video was created by a 7th grader from St. Charles. What do you think?

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Professor Claire Taylor launches a research project on 'Ways of Being in a Digital Age'

Professor Claire Taylor, from Modern Languages & Cultures’ Iberian & Latin American Studies section, is part of a team that has been awarded a grant from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to undertake a scoping review on “Ways of Being in a Digital Age”. 260 more words


Digital Darwinism and Schooling

Another entry in the occasional series by Mal Lee and Roger Broadie on the future uses of ICT in Learning.

Digital Darwinism, as the term connotes can lead to the demise of the school.

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First Ever Digital Learning and Leading Badge!

After successfully completing my Digital Citizenship course last semester, I earned the first ever Digital Learning and Leading badge from Lamar University! Check it out!

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